(1826-1864), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Composer of such well-known songs as "Old Folks at Home," "Old Black Joe," "Old Kentucky Home," and "Oh Susannah," he died a pauper in New York City.
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Infography about Foster, Stephen (1826-1864)
Lawrenceville: People: Stephen Collins Foster
An Address by John Tasker Howard. Made at the Annual Stephen Foster Memorial Program in Carnegie Music Hall on 13 January 1934.
The Music of Stephen Collins Foster (1826-1864)
The Foster family and a chronological list of his songs including the names of the lyricists.
PBS Online: Stephen Foster
Companion to the documentary: includes audio files, sheet music, and program transcript.
Stephen Collins Foster
Biography from the Center for American Music, Foster Hall Collection, Stephen Foster Memorial, University of Pittsburgh.
Stephen Collins Foster (1826-1864)
Listing including texts of "Beautiful Dreamer" and "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair" from the Lied and Art Song Texts Page at REC Music.
Stephen Collins Foster Site, Table of Contents Page 1
Biography and photos, the Foster family, first published songs, musical instruments, and Athens Academy.
Stephen Collins Foster, A Pictorial Biography
A page of pictures with biographical notes.
Brief biography and filmography showing the movies and television shows using his works from the Internet Movie Database (IMDb).
Stephen Foster Songs - American Dreams
Biography in five parts with pictures interspersed.
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